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% tax-free. these are killer ways to invest in real estate and possibly build a retirement account for you and your family, because your money's gonna be growing so much faster in a tax-free or tax-deferred environment. you see, working a job and just saving money alone may not get you to your long-term financial and retirement goals, and that's why it's so critical for you to learn these powerful, long-term wealth-building strategies. >> right now, we're working on houses number 14 and 15, and we have number 16 in contract. and on our last four deals, we're averaging $100,000 in profits on each deal. >> after all the closing costs and all the expenses it took to do the rehab, we made approximately $110,000. >> this house behind me -- i got it under contract, and using the strategies that you taught me at your event, i was able to sell that contract, and i made over $9,000. >> we're averaging $25,000 profit per deal. >> i just wholesaled a deal to a wealthy cash buyer. i made $30,000 in about four hours of work on one deal. >> as you're watching at home -- we only have a few second
the americans who declared more than a million dollars on their income-tax returns, 71% of them were in real estate. you see, in high school and college, they teach us how to get a job, but at my live events, i take pride in teaching you how not to be dependent on a job and how to take control of your own destiny. >> before going to than's event, i was living paycheck to paycheck. in fact, on my first deal using than's system, i had nothing in my savings at that point. on that deal, i made over $40,000. fast forward to where i am today -- my net worth has grown astronomically. i am buying and selling multiple properties every month, and the sky's the limit at this point. i absolutely love knowing that i do not have to depend on anyone else for money ever again. >> we have so many successful students just like marina, who came to one of my events, who just wanted more opportunity and a better life, learned my system, and are now out there making money in real estate, loving what they do. throughout this show, you're gonna see and hear from successful students of mine from a wide
home the brave. [announcer]your life is hectic but add the business of life paperwork, taxes and bills and things get exponentially more complicated. and if you own your own business, you've got invoices, employees, customers and sales to deal with. but you don't have to solve it by yourself. at intuit, we make tools to help simplify it all, so you can concentrate on what matters most. intuit. simplify the business of life. ♪ men. ♪ alan: fade in. exteriornight. a dark, desolate prairie. a lone cowboy sits on a sturdy horse, gazingp at the moon. suddenly, a flash of light appears in the sky, and a burning meteor plummets to the earth. (typing) (sighs) fade in. exterior-- night. a lone cop sits in a patrol car, gazing up at the moon. suddenly, a flash of light appears in the sky, and a flaming meteor plummets to the earth. all right. now we're cooking. alan? mia? i thought that was you. what a nice surprise. uh, didn't you move back to new york with your husband? we did, but then split up, and i came back here. oh, i'm sorry to hear that. i mean, not that you moved back here, but th
'll perform "party up." bye. enough. but add the business of life paperwork, taxes and bills and things get exponentially more complicated. and if you own your own business, you've got invoices, employees, customers and sales to deal with. but you don't have to solve it by yourself. at intuit, we make tools to help simplify it all, so you can concentrate on what matters most. intuit. simplify the business of life. previously on "two and a half men"... so, how's charlie doing? oh, he's fine. uh, actually, he's engaged. you told her i was enged? why the hell would you do that?! charlie, there's a woman named mia on the phone. i'll take it. mia: hi, charlie. mia. so, how are you? great. how are you? fine, fine. still engaged. come. sit. join us. are you sure i'm not interrupting? no, no, of course not. yeah, his fiancée just left. oh, i'm sorry i missed her. oh, i'll bet she's still out in the parking lot. i'll go get her. so... what's going on with you these days? you still dancing? not so much. i'm a little old for ballet now. oh, that can't be right. you look great. young and vibrant and..
gonna show you how to use this strategy and other strategies to flip properties 100% tax-free. these are killer ways to invest in real estate and possibly build a retirement account for you and your family, because your money's gonna be growing so much faster in a tax-free or tax-deferred environment. you see, working a job and just saving money alone may not get you to your long-term financial and retirement goals, and that's why it's so critical for you to learn these powerful, long-term wealth-building strategies. >> right now, we're working on houses number 14 and 15, and we have number 16 in contract. and on our last four deals, we're averaging $100,000 in profits on each deal. >> after all the closing costs do the rehab, we madeit took to approximately $110,000. >> this house behind me -- i got it under contract, and using the strategies that you taught me at your event, i was able to sell that contract, and i made over $9,000. >> we're averagi $25,000 profit per deal. >> i just wholesaled a deal to a wealthy cash buyer. i made $30,000 in about four hours of work on
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didn't want to be around tax collector sooi zachious. the father that is god said this is my son. it is a slam on god to say we are worthless in his eyes. he loves us. we maybe sinful, god loves us any way. sin makes a person feel small in his own eyes. god sees not only what we are but also what we can become. he gives up hope, titus, we were once foolish, disobedient, let us pray. passing our days in malice and envy, hating ourselves and others. when the goodness and loving kindness of our savior appeared, not because of works done by us, by th washing of regeneration of the washing of the holy spirit. he didn't save us because we earned heaven for ourselves, he saved us when we were filthy for sin and washed us clean by t blood of jesus and does it in baptism. he knew what we could become. he took us at diamonds in the ruff and made us shy. second, jesus is saying through the cross i want to forgive you. i'll pay the supreme price to do so. god is in the saving business. jesus went to the cross to save us from the sinful world. galatians 1:4, jesus gave himself for our sins to
there you alright? well i got some problems with taxes. oh problem with taxes i bet you're scared to file huh? soon as you file they gonna take your money just like that they did that to my uncle. i know how that is. i came to this country with nothing and no credit but thanks to sign & drive for 45 i am now driving a registered car in america. thank you sign & drive 45. i had car repair trouble and the bills were way more than what the car was worth. so i went to sign & drive for 45 and that was 0 down payment no payments for six weeks what more could you ask for? how many working people we got out here? working people you work 9 to 5 got a little job. majority of the people. i got a job i hate my job because i got that one supervisor been getting on my nerves he wanted to be the manager and never be able to be the manager you know what i'm talking about he just take the job too seriously like i was watching the news the other day and this reporter was covering the war on terrorists and he was covering the war and this is what i mean people taking their job to serious a bomb goes off dur
more than a million dollars on their income-tax returns, 71% of them were in real estate. you see, in high school and college, they teach us how to get a job, but at my live events, i take pride in teaching you how not to be dependent on a
more than a million dollars on their income-tax returns, 71% of them
was racially profiled. she got her tax return check and decided -- [ laughter ] -- and decided instead of saving -- [ laughter ] -- to take it over there and get her a bag for almost $3,000. now look she had the money, she paid her bill, they should have left her alone. but what they did they followed -- these were separate incidents, security followed the boy outside and then, you know, not roughed him up physically but wanted to see his receipt and he had everything. the boy who purchased the belt had everything, the girl in a separate case the one with the bag, she was all the way going down the steps to the subway and security got her. now, anybody -- anybody familiar with shoplifting knows they can't touch you once you hit the sidewalk. i had an incident back when i was in eighth grade but it got expunged. i'm a nice woman now. sometimes you have to go through things, those in life to understand that your parents will kick your behind and no goodwill come to you if you do that again. anyway, so fans of jay-z are now pressuring him to cut his ties for his holiday line at barney's.
income-tax returns, 71% of them were in real estate. you see, in high school and college, they teach us how to get a job, but at my live events, i take pride in teaching you how not to be dependent on a job and how to take control of your own destiny. >> before going to than's event, i was livi paycheck to paycheck. in fact, on my first deal using than's system, i had nothing in my savings at that point. on that deal, i made over $40,000. fast forward to where i am today -- my net worth has grown astronomically. i am buying and selling multiple properties every month, and the sky's the limit at this point. i absolutely love knowing that i do not have to depend on anyone else for money ever agn. >> we have so many successful students just like marina, who came to one of my events, who just wanted more opportunity and a better life, learned my system, and are now out there making money in real estate, loving what they do. throughout this show, you're gonna see and hear from successful students of mine from a wide variety of different backgrounds, from teachers to truckers,
it by the business of life. all those bills, budgets, accounts and taxes. it's a complex problem, but you don't have to solve it by yourself. at intuit, we make tools to help you simplify it all, so you can focus on what matters most. intuit. simplify the businesof life. why did you walk in on me? you have a mustache. what's the matter with you? you don't even knock? you have a mustache. you just barge in on me? i forgot deodorant. you have a mustache. it's not a mustache. it's a little peach fuzz. well, how long-- how long have you-- what? how long have i what, ray? been sporting that. for as long as you've known me, and for as long as you've known me, i've bleached it, and it's not a mustache! let me look at it. would you stop?! don't examine me! you should be apologizing to me! i'm sorry, nature can be cruel. you just don't walk in on somebody. you weren't even supposed to be here anymore. you walk in on me all the time. 'cause you don't close the door. that's 'cause i have nothing to hide. trust me, you do. the bathroom was the last place i had any privacy, and now thati could build you a tree h
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